Good afternoon, folks. It’s a windy and cold day in the bluegrass state with a little bit of everything falling from the sky. As we look ahead, we find this active pattern threatening to turn hyper-active with the potential for major rains and more flooding issues.
Let’s start with the mixed precipitation we have into the evening. Rain, sleet and snow will transition to mainly snow. I can’t rule out a quick, light accumulation on elevated surfaces, with the mountains of southeastern Kentucky likely turning white.
Here’s regional radar…
After a nice Sunday, clouds will quickly increase on Monday with light rain, snow and a mixed bag coming in Monday night and Tuesday…
From there, it’s game on toward a full blown heavy rain producing pattern. For days now, I’ve been showing you the deep trough in the western US and a ridge off the southeast coast and how this puts us in a wet setup. A strong southwest flow will be setting up late next week into next weekend. Waves of heavy rain and strong thunderstorms will be possible across the entire region.
The rainfall forecasts on the computer models are very concerning. The European Model…
Nothing good comes from this type of a setup.
Here are your snowflake tracking cams for the rest of the day…
Mountain Parkway near Slade
Make it a good one and take care.